Welcome back to my Project Wedding series where I have been highlighting great aspects of Carla and David's rustic, country wedding. In today's post I'm going to show you how I made rustic road signs for the big day that were really cheap and easy.
For the stake, I used a scrap 2x4 that my father-in-law had in his shed. You can get these for just a few dollars at stores that sell lumber like Home Depot or Lowe's. I sharpened one end into a point with the saw. You can also find inexpensive pre-cut stakes that are much smaller at hardware stores.
I simply drilled screws into the sign to attach it to the stake. They turned out great! Even though the wood is a little roughed up and the writing is not perfect, the signs were just right for directing drivers and give them a preview of what was to come at the wedding.
Once they had served their purpose at the wedding, I reused part of one sign by detatching the Carla + David board to make a cute gift for the newlyweds.
Thanks for joining me for my Project Wedding series. Click below to see other projects from Carla and David's wedding.
1. Carla + David, A Rustic, Country Wedding
2. Invitations and Programs
3. DIY Rustic Wedding Signs
4. The Decor
5. A Country Flower Girl
6. The Cakes
7. A House Divided Candy Bar - Alabama v. Auburn